Andrew Harlan (b. 1995) is an experimental composer and bassist based in Berkeley, California. His music has been featured in festivals such as Yellow Barn Young Artists Program, Valencia International Performance Academy, Summer Institute of Contemporary Performance Practice, and Wellesley Composers Conference. 

Previous and upcoming collaborations include work with: the Wet Ink Ensemble, Sound Icon, loadbang, The Boston Musica Viva, Erik Drescher, [Switch~ Ensemble], The Boston Conservatory Contemporary Music Ensemble, and Mazumal. He has been awarded first prize in the 2017 loadbang Commissioning Competition, the 2015-2016 Boston Conservatory Sinfonietta Composition Competition, and was selected as a finalist for the 2017 BMI student composer awards.

In 2017 he graduated from The Boston Conservatory where he studied with Marti Epstein, Curtis Hughes, and Jonathan Bailey Holland. He has also studied privately with Steven Kazuo Takasugi and Aaron Helgeson. He is currently pursuing an M.A./Ph.D. at UC Berkeley where he studies with Franck Bedrossian, Edmund Campion, Myra Melford, and Ken Ueno.

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